Following the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Health, led by Health Cabinet Secretary Hon. Mutahi Kagwe, issued shocking news today. For a long time, the rate of COVID-19 infection has been decreasing to the point where all COVID-19 protocols, such as wearing face masks and gatherings, have been discontinued.
Following the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Health, led by health Cabinet Secretary Hon. Mutahi Kagwe, has issued shocking news. For a long time, the rate of COVID-19 infection has been declining to the point where all COVID-19 measures, such as face masks and meetings, have been abandoned.
Kenyans on social media have been surprised on what's going on since there have been an increase in the number of COVID-19 on a daily basis as the positivity rate has also been increasing. It is just few months when the Government of Kenya through the Ministry of Health lifted restrictions relating to the spread of the corona virus pandemic.
Ministry of Health led by CS Hon Mutahi Kagwe has today announced that 57 people tested positive to COVID-19 in the last twenty four hours. This comes from a sample of 2,954 people who were tested in the last twenty four hours in various parts of the country. This is a positivity rate of 1.9%.
Mutahi Kagwe is a Kenyan politician, he is the current Cabinet Secretary of Health and this night on the official verified Facebook page of the Ministry of Health he has sent a message to all Kenyans concerning the state of Covid 19 in the country. The Ministry of Health has informed Kenyans that today 89 people have tested positive for the virus from a total sample size of 2, 634.
Photo courtesy of Kenya's Head of State H.E. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. The Kenyan government has set records straight on whether there will be a sixth wave of the deadly COVID-19 disease. Addressing Kenyans through the Ministry of Health, the government rubbished allegations by health experts that the progressive increase in Covid 19 cases in the country depicted that the country is heading to a sixth wave of Covid 19 disease.
Photo courtesy of Kenya's Ministry of Health PS Susan Mochache. It is no longer a smooth walk in the garden for citizens inhabiting the altrustic and exemplary climate of the vast capital of Nairobi following the Ministry of Health today's message regarding the deadly COVID-19 disease. The Ministry of Health has divulged that the Covid 19 cases in the country have continued to spike with the County of Nairobi been the region reporting the highest number of cases in the last 24 hours.
Murang'a's female representative The Honourable Sabina Wanjiru Chege is one of the senior leaders accompanying His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta on his trip outside the nation. This comes after she spent her Friday in the Mt Kenya area, where she was joined by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential running mate Martha Karua.
The tragedy which befall the country on March 2020 is seemingly coming back. That is COVID 19. It made many countries to suffer due to deaths which were reported everyday world wide. The virus broke in China in a city known as Wuhan and spread approximately all over the world.
The Ministry of Health on Friday announced that 89 people contracted COVID-19 from a sample size of 2,634 tested in the last 24 hours, marking an increase in the positivity rate to 3.4 per cent. Of the cases, 55 are Kenyans while 34 are foreigners; 51 are females and 38 are males, while the youngest is a two-year-old and the oldest is 80 years old.
The Ministry of Health has this afternoon sent a message to all Kenyans on their official verified Facebook page concerning the state of Covid 19 in the country today. The Ministry of Health has informed Kenyans that 57 people have tested positive for the virus in the last 24 hours and the new cases are from a total sample size of 2, 954.
The Tanzanian Ministry of Health has issued a notice on the monkeypox illness, which has spread throughout Africa and the world. The ministry released a poster on Wednesday with information on the disease's symptoms as well as a warning to the public to be careful. Swollen lymph nodes, fever, headaches, and muscular and body pains are some of the symptoms.
It has been months since the Ministry of Health through the government allowed Kenyans to walk freely even in public without their face masks on after the Covid-19 numbers and percentage went down. However, in the recent days, the numbers of new cases of Covid-19 have gone up which should worry Kenyans alot.
Hon Mutahi Kagwe who is the Cabinet Secretary has sent a message to all citizens concerning Covid-19. The message was sent through Official Ministry Of Health Facebook page. According to the Ministry Of Health, 32 people have tested positive in the last 24hours of the COVID-19 disease.
The Cabinet Secretary of Health Hon Mutahi Kagwe has sent a message via the official verified Facebook page of The Ministry of Health concerning the state of Covid 19 in the country. The Ministry of Health has informed Kenyans that in the last 24 hours 32 people have tested positive for the virus from a total sample size of 1, 446.
The ministry of health has called upon kenyans to make sure they stay vigilant after reports emerged that a dangerous infection is currently taking over different countries in the United States of America along with its neighboring countries. Photo :Courtesy According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the disease or rather Monkey Pox which is currently spreading in different countries in the western World has already claimed several lives days after being reported.
The Ministry of Health as issues an alert to individuals abusing the Pharmacological drug Diclofenac for pain relieving purposes. Diclofenac is grouped as a Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug(NSAID) that is prescribed to relieve pain in chronic conditions such as Arthritis. However, on Friday 20th May, the Pharmacy and Poisons Board chaired by Dr Rodgers Atebe released a statement notifying the public of the side effects that come with abuse of this drug.
The Ministry Of Health alongside the Kenyan Government has given a strict warning against self-medicating using pain relievers with an emphasis on a drug known as diclofenac. In a clear statement issued by the Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPD) on Friday, May 20, the Government of Kenya issued a public alert cautioning Kenyans about the risks connected with the use of Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs).
Today Friday morning, the Ministry of Health through the Pharmacy and Poison Board (PPB) issued a warning against self-medication with pain killers, especially diclofenac. The ministry notes that more people are using diclofenac as a pain reliever and as an anti-inflammatory, especially in conditions such as arthritis.
With all eyes and attention on the August 9 General Election, it's reasonable to say that other concerns, such as social justice, are at risk of being overlooked and pushed to the back burner, especially by the government and its institutions. Failure to address issues concerning the rights and welfare of vulnerable people of society at this time is an act of carelessness on the part of those who have the responsibility to do so.